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Old 05-23-2004, 05:41 PM   #16
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Old 05-23-2004, 05:49 PM   #17
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I wish i have that

I run a RB X12, but it is not powerful enough for me

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Old 05-23-2004, 05:54 PM   #18
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Old 05-23-2004, 06:39 PM   #19
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murnan modified sirio evo II..very fast and good price
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Old 05-23-2004, 06:53 PM   #20
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do you guys think a smallblock .15 would be to much for a 1/10 scale car? i run on a very very very big track
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do you guys think a smallblock .15 would be to much for a 1/10 scale car? i run on a very very very big track
I dont think so but they are very fast. I have a buddy that runs the RB v.15 and it really flies. you might have to make adjustments on your radio (servo speed etc..) but I dont think its too much just very fast..
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do you guys think a smallblock .15 would be to much for a 1/10 scale car? i run on a very very very big track
I think it is an overkill. Unless everyone you race against run .15's (i doubt that is the case), there is really no point to get it.
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I heard that .15 small block are the same or at least almost exactly as .12 dimension. NovaMax and other engines are using .15 cooling head for example. I don't think .15 engine's speed are faster than .12, these days a .12 engine HP are just as insane as their price...
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OS TR, but i want an X12 for when i go to larger tracks. To bad i dont have 3 bills to spend on an engine.
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I heard that .15 small block are the same or at least almost exactly as .12 dimension. NovaMax and other engines are using .15 cooling head for example. I don't think .15 engine's speed are faster than .12, these days a .12 engine HP are just as insane as their price...
A .15 small block doesnt have the same interior dimensions as a .12 block.

yes, it is true that .12 engines are faster than the .15 big blocks, because most of the .15 big blocks are old. That is not the case with the .15 small blocks.
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mine is a top crank, rody case and carb., MT-12 sleeve, S5 piston and head button, mono tunning cooling head.

you going to the track next week during the week ?
Not during the week, but maybe Sat.
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JP RR12L5 for small non-roar tracks
RB V12 5 port Murnan Mod for big non roar tracks
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